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The Home Warehouse bets high for ITT Ceramic in its showroom in Puerto Rico

The company has renewed its exhibition and has included new environments created with the latest collections of the Saniceramic Group company

The Home Warehouse has recently remodeled its showroom in Bayamón (Puerto Rico), giving special prominence to the ITT Ceramic’s ceramic catalogue, of which it is the exclusive distributor in this South American country. Thus, in the exhibition of The Home Warehouse one can see different environments made with some of the newest and most representative collections of ITT Ceramic, such as Sonora, Ash or Guggenheim. Wood, cement, marble, stone, cotto…. A whole universe of designs, finishes and formats that can be appreciated in great detail in this space, which, under the slogan ‘One stop luxury’, provides design and decoration professionals and private clients with an innovative concept for all types of architectural, decorative and interior design projects. In this area, the Puerto Rican company develops unique projects that have led it to be at the top of the sector, such as, for example, the hall of Musa Restaurant, located in the capital of the tropical island, San Juan, where the trencadís combines brilliantly with the pieces of the porcelain series Comic, creating an artistic result full of contrasts really striking.

100% MADE IN SPAIN

In this sense, the team of professionals at The Home Warehouse, made up of more than 20 designers, architects, engineers and salesmen with extensive experience, provides the market with quality products and solutions, very much in line with ITT Ceramic’s 100% Made in Spain proposals, and adapted to all budgets.

In addition, in the renovated showroom in Bayamón, the Arklam Super Size collections also occupy an important place, with special emphasis on the application of this range of sintered ceramics as a kitchen worktop, but also as a material that is particularly suitable for ventilated façades, interior and exterior spaces, renovation projects, etc.